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George Osborne outlines new measures to establish the UK as a global centre for excellence in connected and autonomous vehicles

In his budget presented today, The Chancellor The Rt Hon George Osborne MP confirmed some pre-announced plans  released to the press  at the weekend, designed as additional measures to further the UK as a global centre for excellence in connected and autonomous vehicles. Within the Roads part of the Transport and infrastructure section of the Budget Report, the government...
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Data for smoothing the road for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

In the week it announced the £20 million Connected and Autonomous Vehicles competition , the Government underlined the importance of data for helping deliver benefits for drivers and other road users in it's response to the Transport Parliamentary Select Committee on Motoring of the future report. Data recorded, stored and used by vehicles could, it claimed, ‘create more individually...
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Collaboration across industries required to reap the benefits of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

With the promise of £100 million investment for intelligent mobility made by the Chancellor in the first 2015 Budget, The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has recently published a report produced by KPMG’s economists and automotive experts, emphasising that connected and autonomous vehicles should be a strategic priority for the UK, that will require collaboration across...
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Collaboration key to unlocking secure driverless future

A new report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)  and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) calls for greater industry collaboration and transparency in developing conne cted and driverless cars. This will help ensure that future autonomous vehicles are safe from cyber threats. Cars are already more ‘intelligent’: driver assistance systems, alerts and...
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Data for smoothing the road for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

In the week it announced the £20 million Connected and Autonomous Vehicles competition , the...

Collaboration across industries required to reap the benefits of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

With the promise of £100 million investment for intelligent mobility made by the Chancellor in...

Collaboration key to unlocking secure driverless future

A new report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)  and the...